The Southeast Florida Coral Reef Initiative:
Acting above to protect what’s below
What is SEFCRI?
SEFCRI, or the Southeast Florida Coral Reef Initiative, is a local action strategy for collaborative action among government and non-governmental partners to identify and implement priority actions needed to reduce key threats to coral reef resources in southeast Florida, which includes Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Martin counties.
photo: Karen Lane
AREAS OF FOCUS
PEOPLE REACHED IN THE LAST YEAR
Current SEFCRI & Partner Projects
Low-Impact Development & Green Infrastructure
Pollution Reduction Guidance for Water Quality in Southeast Florida, created under the Land-Based Sources of Pollution (LBSP) focus area.
Fisheries Stakeholder Committee
A stakeholder-drive process to develop recommendations for potential fisheries and environmental management actions to enhance coral reef ecosystem conservation and fishing quality in the Coral ECA.
SEFRCI Local Action Strategy (LAS) Projects Status
Current status of SEFCRI’s projects, including links for more information.
SEAFAN: Southeast Florida Action Network
The Southeast Florida Action Network (SEAFAN) is a reporting and response system designed to improve the protection and management of southeast Florida’s coral reefs.
Introductory BleachWatch Classes
BleachWatch Intro Classes are free, open to the public and provide an overview of the growing threats of coral bleaching and disease outbreaks in southeast Florida …
Marine Planner Mapping Tool
Marine Planner is an online mapping tool and resource that is available for all to visualize southeast Florida coastal and ocean datasets…